Morten’s paternal grandmother was Olga Tomine Vennesland (the daughter of Ole Mattias Vennesland and Tomine Tønnesdatter Vennesland).
Ole was the son of Jakob Olsen and Kari Gundersdatter Vennesland.
"I certainly am anxious and over-analytical and I have to go slap myself around the face. "And also one of the reasons that I fell in love with him in the beginning, he is not bothered by any of the constellation of nonsense that goes on. "I was thinking abut going to Paris and writing and learning French. "At this point I had done nearly six years of presenting Off The Rails and I wanted a change, a creative outlet." The corollary of that would be that she didn't find the experience of working on Off The Rails creative... The direction the show was going - I didn't like it." Was it a crisis? It wasn't, 'Oh God - I'm miserable." In the midst of all this, Caroline had been "quietly" working with an acting coach Conal Kearney.
He is more even keeled, for sure." So, is he calming her down all the time? LA is a very intoxicating and toxic city and he isn't bothered by it all." "Before I met him" - Caroline met Daithi at a mutual friend's wedding nine years ago in Ireland - "I knew I wanted a complete change. "I loved working on Off The Rails and I loved all the people on the show but that final year," she says, meaning 2007. Ironically after she got a part in I, Keano as Surfia (loosely based on Gillian Quinn) in 2007, Caroline felt suddenly that she "needed to be acting". And I remembered all I had enjoyed about it when I was little." Caroline had acted in RTE's Fair City when she was 15. "It has taken a long time to get established in LA. ' But on the flip side, I've had friends who have booked their first audition and got something that would make a difference.
His mother, Henny Katharina Johansen, was an economics teacher. Morten’s paternal grandfather was Gunvald Harket (the son of Ole Martinius Endresen and Aase Martinius Endresen).
Jack Kerouac wrote in On The Road: "LA is the loneliest and most brutal of American cities.
LA is a jungle." It is the same jungle that Caroline Morahan made home in September 2009. And I have some really good actor friends and we're going through it together.
Now, almost 25 years later and approaching 40 million worldwide record sales, they’re back.
A-Ha’s legacy has remained untarnished – perhaps because their music always carried an undertow of lilting melancholy.